For Musicians

Jay WMV Opening Event
Jay Orlowski of Hindsight at the inaugural “Find Us” concert in Greenfield Park, July 2019

Wisconsin Music Ventures was founded by a musician, who – as a result – considers WMV to be a “musicians first” organization. Read more about her thoughts on musician advocacy here.

Interested in Becoming a WMV Musician?

Occasionally we will have space for larger groups, and may also be in spots where electricity or a piano is available – but not most times.

All musicians need to fill out this application.
Before you do, look over the info below – and see what interests you the most.

“Find Us” Concerts

  • Small ensemble/band (five people or fewer – soloists, duos and trios will be preferred)
  • 60 minutes of music
  • Non-reliance on electricity

We have got a Fishman Loudbox Mini amp, vocal mic/stand and a Roland Go Piano available for use, as well as a 10′ X 10′ tent for coverage.

Family Music, Alfresco

  • A soloist or duo, with teaching experience
  • 45 minutes of music/programming, ideally including something hands-on
  • Non-reliance on electricity

Symposium of Sound Masterclasses

  • One musician with private instruction experience
  • Willingness to plan masterclass themes with Allison
  • Non-reliance on electricity